Run by brothers and third-generation hawkers Almalic Faisal and Mohamed Dufail, this nondescript stall garners consistent queues for its prata despite its out-of-the-way location in Sin Ming, not too far from the Land Transport Authority office. First started by their grandfather who began selling prata by the streets, the stall was later run by their father, who trained both his sons to take over the family business. The dough is made by hand daily and cooked with skill, resulting in prata that's crisp and flaky on the outside yet supremely soft within, and most of all, not greasy. The kosong is good, but even better is their Coin Prata (six pieces for $4) — thicker, crispier, chewier and fluffier. Tastemaker Amanda Liu was also very taken by the Mushroom Cheese Prata ($2), and she likes that the ingredients are spread evenly throughout the thin layer of dough. Paired with the spicier-than-normal curries, which also boast a lovely hint of tanginess, this is one weekend breakfast worth queuing for. Pro tip: Come with friends or family who can 'chope' seats while you queue. If your tummy rumbles, take Tastemaker Amanda's advice to grab a Nonya curry puff or two from the shop two doors down to tide you over!
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Fabian Poon